Joined: June 2006
|Quote (Kristine @ Mar. 31 2007,21:18)|
|Dembski mentions SETI in this one too, Lenny. *Sigh* But I gotta tell ya, some good stuff here: |
It's an old world after all! *Shim-shimmeries* :D
|Even though I accept standard astrophysical and geological dating (12 billion years for the universe, 4.5 billion years for the Earth), young-earth creationists deserve credit here. They see the crucial significance, theologically, of preserving the link between evil (both personal and natural) and human sin. Thatís why, when asked whatís riding on a young earth, proponents of this position invariably cite Romans 5:12, which speaks of death as a consequence of human sin.|
Good lord, Kristine, how can you muddle through that stuff? What the #### is he talking about and how would anyone know?
From this paragraph, one would assume that if we are all innately good (as the Barenaked Ladies say), then Arabic numerals would never have been invented--no one needing to count that high and all. And someone named Roman is keeping this a secret from us.
Bully for you, though, actually reading in depth and all.
But I get the trick question- there isn't any such thing as one molecule of water. -JoeG
And scientists rarely test theories. -Gary Gaulin